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Hugh Goldwin Riviere (1869-1956)

Artist associated with 9 portraits
Hugh Goldwin Riviere was the son of the animal painter Briton Riviere. He primarily painted portraits, for which he was elected into the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, as well as many literary subjects including illustrating lines from Christina Rossetti and Tennyson. He exhibited at the Royal Academy between 1893 and 1904.

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Sir Spencer Walpole

by Hugh Goldwin Riviere
chalk, circa 1903
NPG 3632


E.C. Bentley

by Hugh Goldwin Riviere
charcoal, 1915
NPG 4931


Sir Alfred Fernandez Yarrow, 1st Bt

published by Thomas Kell & Son, after Hugh Goldwin Riviere
mezzotint, circa 1880s
NPG D36234


Sir Spencer Walpole

by The Autotype Company, after Hugh Goldwin Riviere
collotype, (circa 1903)
NPG D20786


Sir Spencer Walpole

by The Autotype Company, after Hugh Goldwin Riviere
collotype, (circa 1903)
NPG D9970


Sir Adolphus William Ward

by Sir Emery Walker, after Hugh Goldwin Riviere
photogravure, after 1911
NPG D37840


David Richard Beatty, 1st Earl Beatty

by John Cother Webb, after Hugh Goldwin Riviere
mezzotint, published 1919
NPG D23559


William Archibald Spooner

by J. Cather Webb, after Hugh Goldwin Riviere
mezzotint, (1913)
NPG D42038

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